One of the things I did while in Los Angeles was hang out at the University of Southern California. One of my roommates was originally supposed to attend a seminar their but we were not able to find it.
So what did we do instead?
Well, we walked around for a little while and took a few pictures. As we were walking back to our car on the top of a USC parking lot, a guy asked if we wanted a beer.
Of course, being who we are, we decided to accept. The next thing I know, my roommate and I are drinking tall boys of Coors Light on top of the parking ramp overlooking the courtyard they have on campus.
It was a great time drinking with some new people and it was fun because I am pretty sure it was illegal. Here is a picture of us with one of the guys (I am on the right):
But that wasn’t all we did, the people we were drinking with knew a few members of a band that were playing on campus as part of their spring festival. They had two stages setup, along with slip n’ slides and a bunch of other stuff. Not what I remember from college.
So we went down by the courtyard and hung out by the stage. Once again, we continued to drink tall boys of Coors Light even though we were right in the middle of campus. All the people around us looked like they were 18 or 19, but oh well.
They sure don’t do much as far as enforce rules on this campus. Their wasn’t a single security guard or police officer until the very end once we had already drank all the beer and destroyed the evidence.
What I concluded from this experience, is that I should of went to college at USC. The place is amazing and reminds you of all the movies you see that take place on college campuses.
Of course, it costs like 35 thousand a year to go their, but that’s what student loans are for…hehe.
Stay tuned for tomorrow, I will be summing up my San Diego experience. Let’s just say it involves freezing in the Pacific ocean and seeing a Mexican family trying to climb over the mountain only to be greeted by 5 border patrol SUV’s.
Yeah, it was pretty interesting.